Child protection, partnerships, ethics, bullying
Sorin, Reesa, and Errington, Ed (2011) Child protection, partnerships, ethics, bullying. [Video]
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In this video, Dr Reesa Sorin reflects on the impact of scenario-based learning on Early Childhood Pre-service Teachers. She notes that although the university course itself covers many areas from a theoretical perspective, it is the experience of being a teacher (even though hypothetical) and having to think on your feet that is so well supported by scenario-based learning.
|Research Background:||Rationale for the Project A recent survey of over 500 employers showed that one of the most valuable commodities a graduate can have is work experience. An obvious way to gain this would be through placement in a work environment. However, work placements may not, in themselves provide sufficient scope or time to develop the attributes needed by graduates to prepare and sustain them for the professions. The cross-curricula project team at JCU, asserted that scenario-based learning (SBL) provided one useful stratagem for embedding graduate attributes within students, as would-be professionals. Research aims were fourfold: (1) To establish the extent of work-based learning practice that encompass SBL within four discipline areas of the FAESS. (2) To enhance current work-based offerings designed to embed graduate attributes via the use of scenario-based learning processes. (3) To generate support materials/identify SBL champions (4) To disseminate the project/engaging and enhancing staff input within/across the four discipline areas|
|Research Contribution:||The combination of peer review processes among the team linked to the trialing of four different kinds of scenarios - making this a unique educational research contribution to scenario-based learning and the embedding of graduate attributes.|
|Research Significance:||The research significance of the project outcomes lies in the revelations afforded by employing different kinds of scenario approaches - all based on situated learning principles - to achieve particular educational intentions.|
|Media of Output:||Video|
This video was produced as an exemplar of scenario-based learning practice within the context of pre-service teacher education.
|Keywords:||scenario-based learning; pre-service teachers; child protection; partnerships; ethics; bullying|
|FoR Codes:||13 EDUCATION > 1301 Education Systems > 130199 Education systems not elsewhere classified @ 100%|
|SEO Codes:||93 EDUCATION AND TRAINING > 9399 Other Education and Training > 939902 Education and Training Theory and Methodology @ 100%|
|Deposited On:||29 Aug 2011 11:13|
|Last Modified:||29 Aug 2011 11:13|
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